Beneath The Tor by Nina Milton

Beneath The Tor by Nina Milton

Whilst many prefer the impressive scale of construction in such sacred mystery sites as the Egyptian pyramids or Machu Picchu or Stonehenge there are very few sites are quite so impressive, mysterious or magickal as Glastonbury Tor. Residing on the very outskirts of that most bohemian of all spiritual centres, Glastonbury town, United Kingdom – a place know for its famous abbey and sacred well, the Tor stands towers high above the surrounding countryside as a solitary outcrop of hill upon which rests a single traditional church-like tower. In of itself the Tor is not that spectacular until a visitor climbs to the top and realises its geographical reference to… Read More

The Emissary by Patricia Cori

The Emissary by Patricia Cori

Few sights in the natural world are more distressing than that of sea creatures beaching themselves for no apparent reason. Although the circumstances surrounding this worldwide phenomenon are unclear, there is a growing body of circumstantial evidence to suggest that the use of sonar by the military and other commercial enterprises is partly responsible. Whatever the cause, the trend is heart wrenching. About the Author Patricia Cori is an established writer, researcher and channeller. She has written a number of books, outlining and challenging the increasing plight of humans living within a collapsing political, social and ecological systems. In her 2011 book, ‘Before We Leave You: Messages from the Great Whales… Read More